"Ballad of Bodacious" as written by Les Claypool, Reid L. Iii Lalonde and Bryan Kei Mantia....
Bodacious am a whole lotta' bull
Over nineteen hundred pounds.
He's born in Galry, Oklahoma
And he's the baddest sonsabitch around
If a Burma bull ever were a super star
Then Bodacious just might be.
He's a cream colored, beefy brawn,
Full-fledged, four footed bovine celebrity.
Who's gonna ride Bodacious?
Who's gonna tame him down?
Look out for Bodacious,
He's bound to hold his ground.
Here comes Bodacious,
Ya'll just step aside.
Big and bad Bodacious
Takes a toll from those who ride.
Young Bo met a man named Tuff Hedeman
At the start of his buckin' spree
And Tuff became one of the few to make the whistle
Back in Nineteen Ninety Three.
Tuff tried to ride Bo again at the finals
In Nineteen Ninety Five.
Bodacious had got a little older and wiser
Tuff barely came out alive.


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"Ballad of Bodacious" as written by Les Claypool Bryan Kei Mantia

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    Song MeaningBodacious "he's the baddest sonsabitch around
    If a Burma bull ever were a super star
    Then Bodacious just might be.
    He's a cream colored, beefy brawn,
    Full-fledged, four footed bovine celebrity."

    That sums it up. One Saturday afternoon a few years ago bull riding was on tv and yes they talked about Bodacious and the #1 bull that ever lived. This fact made me wonder if all Primus songs are non-fiction.
    RickTheBassPlayeron October 12, 2016   Link

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